Son’s Downtime

So I decided to ask Eddie random questions because I figured he’d enjoy it, right? Here are the results. 😁 Dog or cat? Dog. Sorry Frank (Our cat)Pirate or Ninja? NinjaaaaBanana or Orange? OrangePlum or Pear? PearOrange or Red? RedSonic or Mario? SonicBeach or Mountains? BeachSoda or Pop? Pop!Superhero or Villain? VillainSunny or Cloudy? CloudySpongebob orContinue reading “Son’s Downtime”

Listen To Yourself

Every time I begin to write I think to myself, “Do I have the allotted time to do such? Will Eddie need me or will there be any interruptions?” When I begin my thought process, if it gets disturbed I lose it. I’m lucky if I can sit right back down and continue on withContinue reading “Listen To Yourself”

Short and Sweet

My sleep patterns are so strange. I’ve been falling asleep around 10:30-11 the last couple nights and sleeping through until 9. That’s like teenage Betsy’s sleep. Normally I’m up until at least 2-3 and up at 8. I’m not complaining, I guess the body has been desperately needing this sleep. That or smoking indica atContinue reading “Short and Sweet”

Slow Down

It’s funny how a song can make you sit, look around, and realize that you need to live in the moment. As I sit here toggling between Facebook, blog posts, Bible, Twitter, YouTube, and various google pages to look up things, I stop. Sitting at this old wooden table in this kitchen makes me rememberContinue reading “Slow Down”

Overall Good

It’s the truth, you know. People who are supposed to be in your life will be. I’m so thankful for one of our dear friends who has never questioned or thought any less of us. She’s a beautiful soul and has so much to offer. Sometimes going through the situations of daily life can beContinue reading “Overall Good”

A Day With Our Son

I can’t express how much I love my son, Eddie. He is such a light in the darkness. He senses when I need him and is always there for me. I don’t think it matters what age you are, he is so in tune to what I’m feeling. He is sitting here next to meContinue reading “A Day With Our Son”